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03-03-2009 02:32 PM
K Dog I have a few cores now. Essentially I would want to know that there is enough demand prior to tooling up/digitizing and making a program. I'd say 3 prepaid orders would do the trick. Let me price out the springs/valves/etc and see what a package would run.
02-19-2009 11:23 AM
kylesvt720 Bump, any word on this, also would any cam work be invloloved, or could we get our hands on some Cat Cams?
07-24-2008 05:13 PM
kylesvt720 Duplicate Post, my work computer sucks...
07-24-2008 05:12 PM
kylesvt720 K Dog, I think I talked to you a few weeks ago about doing a N/A SVT build. I live down in Chicago but would be willing to give up my car for 3-4 weeks to a month to let you tweak it. (I shot you an email at massive speed today too.) Let's get something worked out, I'll be the test dummy!!
06-19-2008 09:46 AM
K Dog
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Originally Posted by besthaticouldo View Post
good i want an SVT head...now...lol
OK. Get me a core!!! :D
06-19-2008 12:53 AM
MattyKrackSVT i might not sell my bad motor now.... sent out the head to you guys hmmmm.. all i want is a 12 sec 1/4 mile. lol.
06-18-2008 06:01 PM
besthaticouldo good i want an SVT head...now...lol
06-16-2008 05:32 PM
K Dog
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kdog... if we already have a cylinder head, are we able to send it to you and have to port and polish it, clean it up, install new valves and springs/retainers?
We could. But you understand there is a $300 core charge already. So we will need your old head as it is. It would save you down time versus having to wait for that particular head to be done versus just having us send you one right away. We have been including a pre-paid UPS label with the heads so returning it is a snap.
06-16-2008 05:28 PM
K Dog
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Originally Posted by Focus_3XZ View Post
So what were the flow numbers for the head? The car was a rocket compared to what? Who else had one of your SVT heads? I am looking to have one ported for my car.
Im 100% sure that the work was effective amd produced more power, but I dont think we ever flowed them back to back. The last one we did was in 05. Based on the response I have had to people wanting an SVT head, I'd say its more than likely we will begin working on a program.
06-16-2008 05:26 PM
K Dog
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Originally Posted by melbzetec View Post
.045" mill. I haven't seen anyone recommend that amount of milling before. Will the motor still be "non interference" when you shave this much? And can a Ford Racing head also be milled 0.45" without issues?
You can definitely go .045". Some have even gone as for as .080 (Focus Central back in the day). I would say with all but stock cams you will have an interference motor.

FR head is based on the same stock casting as ours, so you could certainly mill it the same and have no issues.
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